So, lately in my region I have noticed that little power outages happen for a split second, so fast they can only be noticed because the light flickers, but my pc keeps running no problem. After a bit of research, I understand this happens because there is too much power usage in the region and it needs to get stabilized. However, today I was trying to play videogames, a typical day for me, but this time, that brief power outage was a bit longer, for about a second, and my pc closed mid-game, then reopened. Usually, when a power outage happens, I immediatly unplug my electronics so I can plug them later after the power comes back on, safely. But this time I could not do anything. Then, after an hour, I assumed it's fine by now and tried one more time, and it happened again, same stuff, pc goes off, then back on, all thanks to that damned power outage thing. I checked with my friends, it is not a problem from inside my house, they had it too. I know that most of you will tell me that I should get an UPS but that stuff is so expensive here.... I really cannot afford one right now, and I don't know what to do, and I am afraid of losing my new pc by any means because it is not even 1 year old... I do not have problems with data corruption, checked that already, but I am afraid for my hardware. What should I do? Is this a dangerous thing for my pc (hardware)? Should I be worried if it only happened for today?